Binding Identities and Attributes using Digitally Signed Certificates


A certificate is digitally signed by a certificate authority (CA) to confirm that the information in the certificate is valid and belongs to the subject. Certificate users can verify the integrity and validity of a certificate by checking the issuing CA’s digital signature in the certificate and, if necessary, chasing certificate chain and revocation lists… (More)
DOI: 10.1109/ACSAC.2000.898865



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